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 North Carolina Biosciences Organization

The North Carolina Biosciences Organization (NCBIO) is the trade association for North Carolina’s life science community.  As a statewide nonprofit advocacy organization, NCBIO works with federal, state and local officials to improve North Carolina’s attractiveness as a location for life science discovery, innovation and commercialization.

NCBIO also provides a variety of membership benefits designed to directly support the growth of its member companies and institutions, which are part of the nation’s third largest state biotechnology cluster.  NCBIO's members include companies and institutions from all sectors of North Carolina’s life science industry.

 Our Latest Member Advisories

 What's New

The One North Carolina Small Business Program is again seeking applications for grants.  The 2014 General Assembly restored the SBIR/STTR Phase I Incentive Funds Program and the SBIR/STTR Phase I Matching Funds Program.  Applications are now being accepted for the Phase I Matching Funds Program designed to award matching funds to North Carolina businesses who have been awarded a SBIR or STTR Phase I award.  Click here for more information about the application process.

 Group Purchasing

NCBIO co-sponsors with its national trade association, the Biotechnology Industry Organization, the BIO/NCBIO Business Solutions Program. This group purchasing program provides members substantial discounts and special benefits on products, equipment and services such as laboratory supplies, insurance, office supplies and more. Through strategic partnerships with industry-leading suppliers, members get not only savings but also experience and expertise on business operations.  For more information see our BIO Business Solutions Discount Purchasing page.

 

 Upcoming Events

08-Dec-14 DCRI Informatics Conference   (Link)
09-Dec-14 Microbial Contamination Control in Bioprocessing Operations  (Link)
Click here for more events.
 
 
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